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Love These Ideas!

So many fantastic ideas around the blog-o-sphere!  Take a peek at these amazing lovelies:

From the Rifle Paper Co. via "Feeling Stitchy," these are stitched and painted wedding invitations.

They're so glorious.  I really love the map.  The maker stitched the originals and then prints went out to each of the guests.  Wouldn't you love getting an invite like that in the mail?

Now here's a fun (and inexpensive) way to decorate:

You could fill the cups with little tiny gifts!  I found it over on "Design is Mine."

Genius idea on how to create cardstock leaves use the scoring capabilities of the Scor It on Jana Eubank's blog.

So adorable!

I'm working with a fabulous costume designer named Rachel Dozier-Ezell.  And it turns out that she dabbles in jewelry design!  Check out her fabulous ruler earrings:

Wooden ruler earrings
You can see more in her etsy shop!

I love flower tutorials and this one is so simple and beautiful.  From Ruffles and Stuff:

She shows you how to make the flower and then put it onto a pretty tank top!

Next up is some delicious vintage storage from Apartment Therapy NY:

How awesomely cool of an office is that?  I love it!

I'm crazy for this recipe bowl from Design Sponge.

It is too, too fab!  I'm wondering if I can figure out a way to make one.  Hmmmm.....

Speaking of recipes, how charming is the inside of this cabinet door?

It's also from Design Sponge.

Staying in the black and white theme, check out these plates from West Elm:

PATCH NYC Ceramic Entertaining
Totally gorgeous, right?

Wouldn't this be nice to come home to?

It's a wall decal on a chalkboard.  Isn't that cool?  There are all sorts of designs!  They're removable from most surfaces and just so pretty. 

Loving this idea from Rachel Hall on the All My Memories blog:

She shares how to create the distressed dotted cardstock in the background of this card.  It's so simple and easy and brilliant!

Check out this awesome garland:

It's by Laurie Cinotto and she's got a tutorial on the Hambly blog!

Thanks for stopping by!